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Where are Kubota tractors made?

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Kubota tractors are made at Kubota Manufacturing of America in Gainesville, Georgia. Kubota's North American manufacturing base. Kubota Manufacturing of America spearheads the manufacturing processes and distribution to dealers for Kubota products, including its extensive line of tractors.

Kubota Manufacturing of America has been operating continuously since 1988. As of 2014, the Kubota Manufacturing facility in Gainesville houses two buildings totaling 616,000 square feet of manufacturing space, and approximately 1,200 workers are employed at the facility.

The Kubota Corporation manufactures a vast array of industrial, farm and agriculture, tractor, backhoe and engine-related products. These products are distributed at over 1,110 licensed Kubota dealers across the United States.

Sources:

  1. kubota.com

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